Prompt: In Milestone Two, you will develop pieces of your comparative analysis for your final project through the use of at least one scholarly article andgovernment document. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:I. Comparative Analysis, State: What are the two states that you will be evaluating? How are these states similar to or different from your home state,making them a useful comparison for study? In other words, how does each state (your two chosen states and your home state) compare and contrast tothe others relative to the following:A. Political culturesB. Geographic areas (urban/rural states)C. Do your states use citizen initiatives? If so, how difficult is it for initiatives to be placed on the ballot? How do initiative results serve as examplesof the level of popular control over policy making in the states chosen? How do they differ? If your chosen states do not use citizen initiatives,why do they not?D. Analyze each state by comparing and contrasting state referendums that were used in the past. Historically, did any of your states vote onreferendums that produced completely different results? What happened? Why did this occur? What factors impacted the results?II. Comparative Analysis, Policy: Compare each policy outcome within each state. In other words, how did the outcome of addressing the policy issue yielddifferences in results relative to variations in the following:A. Political culturesB. Geographic areas (urban/rural states)C. The states’ levels of party competitionRubricGuidelines for Submission: This milestone should be submitted as a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Romanfont, and one-inch margins. You must have a minimum of one scholarly article and one government document for this paper. Cite all references in APA format.Please note that for your final project, you must have a minimum of three scholarly articles and three government documents.